Christian Eriksen was the star of the show as Tottenham beat Stoke 2-1 at the Bet365 Stadium.
Man City are winning the title in style, Tottenham and Arsenal are winning, and Liverpool are scoring.
It's Man City v Man United, it's Everton v Liverpool, it's Kane v Salah, it's Gross v Hogg, it's Madrid v Madrid.
Club accounts reportedly showed Levy took an income of over £6m for the year ending 30 June 2017.
Premier League side Liverpool spent £26.7million on fees for intermediaries and agents in 12 months.
Is this the season that the status quo of British football management changed? If so, praise be...
Mauricio Pochettino is pointless against Tim Sherwood. And Arsene never got the better of Roy Evans...
Mails on the bottom three, Pardew, Wilshere, the PL/Championship gap and more...
West Ham, Salah, Benitez, Allardyce, Pardew, Arnautovic, Lukaku, Pochettino. It's all in there...
Spurs deservedly won without a single stand-out 90-minute individual performance. Lukaku, though...
A dismal first half, and a victory secured by Stoke incompetence. Little to enjoy on either side
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang scored twice as Arsenal beat relegation-threatened Stoke at the Emirates.
"It's big... it's come in from Scandinavia really and a lot of players are using it. It's the in thing."
The title race is on. Man United are beating Swansea, while Everton are holding Man City.
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